EuroFloat® by ecar


Pulling a horse float requires being aware of your tow vehicle, the horse float, and the horse that is riding inside the float. To safely transport a horse, you must practice road safety and remember to take your time. You must always be aware of the horse passenger that you are hauling. Read the laws in your state for pulling a horse float. Each state has different laws governing how to legally and safely tow a horse float.




Read More

How to Transfer A Horse

11/07/2014 3:38 PM

Horse and handlers are often injured loading or unloading a horse from the float. Make sure you know how to do it correctly.




Read More

Checklist for Safe Trailering

11/07/2014 3:27 PM

Before you go on your trip with your beloved horse/s make sure you do all the necessary checks to ensure everyone's safety!




Read More

Angle Load VS Straight Load

11/07/2014 3:24 PM

When buying a horse trailer, there are many design choices. One decision that can be difficult to make is whether to buy a horse trailer with a angle load design or a straight load design. An angle load horse trailer enables you to load horses into angled stalls (from left to right), making it more economical when hauling three horses. A straight load trailer has a traditional design in which the horses are led straight into the trailer from the back, facing forward. 

Read More

Road Safety Floating Guidelines

11/07/2014 3:21 PM

Travelling and Floating your horse can be a safe and stress free experience if you give yourself enough time and you put enough thought into the preparation for the trip. 



Read More
per page

5 Item(s)

Durability fused with European style.

Payment method
We accept the following payment methods